The boys are in California at a deserted desert race track. Jeremy Clarkson is in a Lexus LFA, Richard Hammond the new Dodge Viper and James May in the latest Aston Martin Vanquish. The challenge is to test their cars' handling abilities by dodging an airborne attack from dog fighters in Italian Marchetti planes.
Sunday, Aug 25th 2013 (12:07pm) | Thanks: Jaxon
The first Corvette Bill Mullis bought many years ago, was black. He liked the way it looked and soon realized that in some cases, black Corvettes were few and far between. So, he accepted a personal challenge: Acquire as many black Corvettes covering the formative years of the brand, as possible.
He ended up with a more than impressive collection of shiny black Vettes & other Chevy icons. And while the collection was never formally open to the public, our cameras spent a day and a half taking it all in. And now, you can, too...here.
Regrettably, the heart of the collection, 23 Corvettes from 1954 through 1969, was sold off during a Mecum Auction at Bloomington Gold in June of 2011.
Wednesday, May 15th 2013 (1:05am)
Picture an assembly line not that isn't made up of robotic arms spewing sparks to weld heavy steel, but a warehouse of plastic-spraying printers producing light, cheap and highly efficient automobiles. If Jim Kor's dream is realized, that's exactly how the next generation of urban runabouts will be produced.
Japanese car maker Nissan has up the ante in the luxury car industry, by trying to create a synthetic material for its automobile interiors that would feel like the skin on a human finger.
Getting behind the wheel of a car is truly hazardous to your health. If it isn't the heart-attack inducing road rage, it's the simpering pop music. It's little wonder then that so many people find themselves in a compromising position. If you need some tips on how to crash with style, take a few lessons from these bad boys and girls. You may need to fasten your seatbelt.
Friday, May 18th 2012 (12:00am)
Imagine you are buying a new car and can actually watch, and participate in the build process? Check out the VW Transparent Factory! This would be a cool place to visit.
Monday, Jul 25th 2011 (3:37am) | Thanks: Robby Bobby Baby
Spark plugs in petrol engines are set to be replaced by laser ignition systems, following development of new manufacturing techniques by Japanese boffins. The new research is to be presented to the world at an optics conference in Baltimore next month.
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